1. Geography

    Resources related to the description, distribution, and interaction of the diverse physical, biological, and cultural features of the earth. Includes the study of Climate, Land and Environmental Change, Geographic Information Science (GIS), Food and Agriculture, Globalization, Development and Justice, and Sustainable Systems.
    Type: Research Guide
  2. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

    Pertains to the interdisciplinary research and scientific study of the Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. Specializations of this subject include Biogeochemistry, Geobiology, Sedimentology and stratigraphy, Geophysics, Structural Geology and Tectonics, Hydrogeology, Economic Geology and Mineral and Clay Geology. Studies encompass field-based, analytical, and theoretical research.
    Type: Research Guide
  3. Mathematics

    Resources related to the fields of algebra, analysis, complex analysis, geometry, logic, mathematical physics, partial differential equations, applied mathematics and computation, probability and statistics, and topology. Financial mathematics, quantum computing and econometrics comprise other specialties in the field.
    Type: Research Guide
  4. Physics

    Resources related to the mathematical and scientific study of matter. Specializations are nuclear and particle physics, theoretical physics, mathematical physics, experimental high energy physics. In recent years research in biophysics, biocomplexity, neutrinos, gravitational physics, astrophysics, condensed matter, and materials supporting the low energy neutron source.
    Type: Research Guide
  5. Economics

    The study of economies and markets. Topics include advanced economic theory, development and economics of transition, econometrics, economic history, games and experimental methods, growth theory, international trade, macroeconomics, monetary economics and public economics.
    Type: Research Guide
  6. Anthropology

    Resources related to the study of cultures, art and people in modern and ancient times, as well as the evolutionary aspects of these topics. Includes: Archeology, Bioanthropology, Linguistic Anthropology, and Social/Cultural Anthropology.
    Type: Research Guide
  7. Criminal Justice

    Resources that bridge the study of crime with study of law, culture, race, and gender as well as major components of the criminal justice system and the causes and distribution of crime. These resources accommodate topics such community justice, dispute settlement, violence, cross-cultural studies, and critical theory.
    Type: Research Guide
  8. Gender Studies

    Gender studies is a transdisciplinary field that bridges and embraces a variety of modes of inquiry relevant to gender and the ways in which this discourse intersects with other domains, particularly sexuality and the body; (dis)ability and neurodiversity; race, ethnicity, and nationality; & popular culture and representation, among many others.
    Type: Research Guide
  9. Military Science

    Resources related to the study of techniques, psychology and practice used in military conflict and warfare. The field concerns itself with the training of officers and soldiers.
    Type: Research Guide
  10. Social Work

    Social work is the professional activity of helping individuals, groups, or communities to enhance or restore their capacity for social functioning and to create societal conditions favorable to this goal. Includes: helping people obtain tangible services; providing counseling and psychotherapy; helping communities or groups provide social and health services; and participating in relevant legislative processes.
    Type: Research Guide
  11. Chicano Riqueño Studies

    Resources related to the language, literature and culture of Mexican-Americans, Puerto Ricans, and Cubans--the three Latino groups that have had deep historical connections with North America.
    Type: Research Guide
  12. African Studies

    The Indiana University African Studies Collection covers Africa south of the Sahara at a research level, and north Africa at a general level.
    Type: Research Guide
  13. Statistical Resources

    Find resources containing data and statistics. Includes documents and interactive databases providing numerical data and research results, covering international economics, census and demographics, education, vital and health status, environmental, and socioeconomic conditions.
    Type: Research Guide
  14. Archaeology

    Archaeology is the study of people in the past, and the present, using material remains the things humans "leave behind" as evidence.
    Type: Research Guide
  15. Career Information

    Resources to assist library users with their investigation of and training for education and career goals.
    Type: Research Guide
  16. Catalan

    Resources related to the study of the language, culture, literature and linguistics of the Catalan, the Romance language spoken in these regions of Spain: Catalunya, País Valencià, Illes Balears (Mallorca, Menorca and Eivissa), and the “franja” of Aragó bordering Catalunya.
    Type: Research Guide
  17. Art & Art History

    Resources related to the study and creation of fine art and architecture. Addresses art history and critiques from all cultures and regions of the world as well as theory, methodology and technique for artists. Specialties include painting, sculpture, ceramics, architectural design, photography and more.
    Type: Research Guide
  18. Southeast Asian Studies

    Interdisciplinary research and curriculum support for Southeast Asia - relevant countries include Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Timor L'este, Brunei, Singapore, Papua New Guinea, Cambodia, Laos, Burma, Thailand, and Vietnam.
    Type: Research Guide
  19. Government Information

    Many special indexes and catalogs are listed here as resources but some may be available only in print. You might also find our United States Government guides on topics such as Congress, the Presidents, and Citing U.S. Government Documents useful.
    Type: Research Guide